Few attractions encapsulate Singapore’s status as a futuristic Garden City as well as Gardens by the Bay. Its centrepiece is comprised of two architecturally stunning structures, the indoor Cloud Forest and Flower Dome, both of which are filled with a plethora of plants from around the world. Outdoors, you’ll find the OCBC Skyway – where you can take a scenic stroll 22m above the ground – and the iconic Supertrees. These otherworldly vertical gardens house over 200 species of bromeliads, orchids, ferns and tropical flowering climbers; visit at night to see them illuminated in an enchanting show of light and sound.
Eco-tourism in the city has found a new address: Gardens by the Bay. This 101-hectare waterfront park boasts over 250,000 plants, housed in attractions like the towering Supertrees (man-made vertical gardens) and a Cloud Forest in a temperature-controlled dome.